Events Calendar Late November/December

Upcoming events in and around Victory Heights
Thursday, Nov 26th: Thanksgiving! It also means the usual Thursday trash collection in Victory Heights will be on Friday this week.
Wednesday, Dec 2nd: 8th Annual Holidays at the Center.  Dickens Carolers, Pooky the Magic Elf, and Santa! Sing-A-Long Caroling, Cookies, Cider & Coffee, Music by Ingraham HS, Crafts for Kids. Lake City Community Center, doors open at 6:45 PM, tree Lighting at 7:30PM.
Thursday, Dec 3rd: Thornton Creek Alliance Meeting. Speaker will be Tom Speer of the Duwamish Tribe. Meadowbrook Community Center, 6:30 PM.
Saturday, Dec 5th: Annual Book Sale. A “huge” book sale to benefit the non-profit Lifetime Learning Center. 3841 NE 123rd Street, 10 AM – 2 PM.
Sunday, Dec 13th: “Jurassic World” screening at Northgate Public Library, 10548 5th Avenue NE. Space is limited, and free tickets will be available 30 minutes before the start of the film. 1 PM.
Tuesday, Dec 15th: Victory Heights Community Council Meeting. Representatives from the Seattle Parks Department will attend to hear your thoughts on the upcoming playground renovation project coming in 2016. Be sure to attend! Co-op preschool building in Victory Heights Park, 7 PM.
Saturday, Dec 19th: Caroling. Neither rain, nor sleet, nor dark of night will keep these intrepid carolers from regaling households around Victory Heights tonight. More details to come, read about last year’s event.

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One Response to Events Calendar Late November/December

  1. A few more details!
    Traditional Duwamish Stewardship & the Thornton Creek Watershed
    Tom’s talk will focus on his Duwamish Tribe’s World-View, the Unity of All Living Things, Stewardship of our Waterways and other Living Beings, and Challenges to sustainable Restoration and Stewardship of Salmon-bearing Waters.
    Tom belongs to the säkmänábš (the historic Sackman Family), direct descendants of Chief Seattle, his First Wife Queen ladày’l , and their daughter Princess Angeline [1919 Roblin’s Rolls]. He is writing a book, People of the Inside: Chief Seattle’s Duwamish Tribe, to help fill the present void in our public libraries.
    6:30 pm, Social / 7:00 pm, General Meeting Meadowbrook Community Center10517 35th Ave NE, 98125
    FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

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